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Friday, September 30 is St. Augustine Night at Lakeview Harbor

Purple Knight fans are invited to join us at Lakeview Harbor for a live recording of the Original Prep Football Report Lakeview Harbor serves as host for Ken Trahan’s Original Prep Football Report. Head Coach Al Jones will be live with Ro Brown and Rick Gaille, and later with Ken Trahan and Ed Daniels recording

Sobering lesson: Mock crash teaches effects of drunk, distracted driving

In a scene straight from a modern nightmare, two vehicles sat twisted together as bloodstained teenagers screamed for help from the emergency responders rushing to the scene, the emergency sirens piercing the quiet St. Augustine High School court yard with discord. Even staged, the scene from the Sudden Impact mock crash was shocking to all

St. Aug to unveil Championship Banners on June 9

Join us on Thursday, June 9, as St. Augustine High School unveils sports championship banners earned through the years. Learn about the history of St. Augustine athletics with Ro Brown, WBOK-AM Sports Director and host of ‘Countdown to Ken Trahan’s Original Prep Football Report’ on WGSO-AM. Coaching legends Eddie Flint, Otis Washington andBernard Griffith will join us

Film Crew Celebrates Seniors, Challenges Young Members

Congratulations to our senior Film and Video Crew members as they head off to college. Each senior graduated with awards, honor society, TOPS, and a variety of other scholarships. The senior members are listed below: Blaine Derbigny – Xavier University (New Orleans, LA) Jeffrey Ducre – Southeastern Louisiana University (Hammond, LA) Malik Gibson – Carleton

Let’s Talk Sports with Stan Verrett, Celebrity Mixer

Join us on Tuesday, May 17, for a celebrity mixer featuring ESPN’s SportsCenter host and St. Augustine graduate, Stan Verrett ’84. Let’s Talk Sports with Stan Verrett will include a question-and-answer session, a meet and greet and an opportunity to take photos with the world-renowned sports journalist. Entrance to The Original Italian Pie is free.

Son of a Saint’s Sonny Lee visits St. Aug

Purple Knight Bivian (Sonny) Lee III, class of 1999, stopped by his alma mater, St. Augustine High School, to hand out Son of a Saint Code of Conduct posters to the sixth and seventh graders. The poster, designed by Nik Richard, displays a code of conduct for young men to live by. The code includes several guiding

Students win First Place in FBLA video contest

Four St. Augustine High School students won first place awards in a statewide public service announcement contest. The students, Blaine Derbigny, Jude Luke, Spencer Villavaso, and Jonathan Willard, were challenged to create a 30-second PSA aimed at helping other teenagers. The group of students, all members of both Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and the

Lance Williams Interviews LSU’s Jabbar Juluke

St. Augustine student Lance Williams interviews Purple Knight and new LSU running backs coach Jabbar Juluke. Jabbar Juluke Bio Courtesy: (@LSUsports) Jabbar Juluke, a coach with strong ties to New Orleans and a reputation of developing running backs, enters his first season on the Tiger coaching staff as he was appointed running backs coach on

News with a Purple Twist: Students visit WGNO

St. Augustine High School film and video crew members toured the television studio at WGNO and visited the News with a Twist set. The visit was led by Mark Paul, the school’s film and video crew director. The students got a first-hand look at the control room, cameras, teleprompter, news sets and took pictures in the studio. Following

Video: Blaine Derbigny presentation & Marching 100 Brass Band

Blaine Derbigny, a senior at St. Augustine High School, placed third in the final round of the Drew Brees’ Trust Your Crazy Ideas Challenge. Blaine’s idea was one of only 4 ideas that made it to the last round of competition. Blaine and Lusher student Keiana Cave, an Intel International Science and Engineering Fair finalist were